Ginger Cultivation

Ginger is native to East Asia. Ginger has been used as a spice from ancient times. It has been widely used in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine. In recent years Ginger has been cultivated as a commercial crop in many countries. Countries such as China, India, Australia, Fiji, Hawaii, Hong-Kong, Jamaica, Japan, Nigeria, Pakistan, West Africa, Taiwan are a few countries that cultivate Ginger on a large scale.

 

The New Ginger Farming

Ginger thrives well in warm and humid climatic conditions and can be cultivated from sea level to an altitude of 1400 to 1500 meters above sea level. Ginger can be cultivated both under rainfed and irrigated conditions. For successful cultivation of the crop, a moderate rainfall at sowing time till the rhizomes sprout, fairly heavy and well-distributed rainfall; during the growing period, and dry weather for about a month before harvesting is ideal for good yield.

We can use a coir and coir blend growing system to grow ginger and get a very high yield. Not only that, but it is also possible to get more revenue at a lower cost.

Marisha Coco Solutions for you

The special thing is that the use of Marisha Coco products can prevent various infections in the crop. Intermediate diseases are also minimal. Further our products can help you solve the main issues. 

The greenhouse will protect the plants from heavy rain, strong wind and unfavorable heat, diseases, poor soil quality, and high labor costs. In this case, you will need our Ginger farming planter bag to give a better growing medium for your cultivation.

All Marisha Coco Planter Bags contain 100% coco substrate. The Planter Bags are available in a wide range of configurations

Advantages of Planter Bags

  • Fewer pests and diseases.
  • Better control of substrate and nutrients levels through hydroponic.
  • Can be harvested at the optimal time.
  • Increase yields per plant and per unit area.
  • Consistent quality, which increases the value.
  • Save on labor costs with easy.
  • Protected from outside risks: birds, hail, etc.
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